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was magnificent. it was better than ronald reagan's. romney didn't -- >> what? >> they had to start inventing gaps out of thin air. >> eric: take it around. go this way. >> andrea: romney did run somewhat of a weak campaign in in the primary his argument was i'm the most electable. not exactly winning. he didn't really change the direction of the campaign until the first debate. having problems, criticized for not being tough enough. strategy was do no harm. again, you know, i see what ann is trying to do. she is trying to say don't blame romney for this. he could have been an hispanic female and i'm not sure he would have won it, too. they both make points. >> bob: i'm going wait to the commentators who are not all right wingers to come on. >> dana: we have you live. we have don't need anybody else. you are starting to see articles come out today from people anonymous on the romney campaign, and one of the things i saw was that they said they served him poorly. they gave him information that, especially in florida, they thought they had it and they didn't. so i think there will be a lot of monday
not often >> ronald reagan. "social security has nothing to do with the deficit. social security is totally funded by the payroll taxes levied on employer and employee. if you reduce the social security, that money would not go into the general fund to reduce the deficit." ronald reagan. >> texas congressmember and former republican presidential candidate ron paul has given his farewell speech to the house of representatives. and more than 45 minute address wednesday, he assessed his own legacy, blasted u.s. policy at home and abroad and posed a series of questions. >> why cannot people understand that were always destroys wealth and the ready? why is there so little concern for the executive order that gives the president authority to establish a kill list, including american citizens, of those targeted for assassination. why is patriotism thought to be blind loyalty to the government and the politicians to run it, rather than loyalty to the principles of liberty and support for the people. real patriotism is a willingness to challenge the government when it is wrong. >> congressmember ron
way to skin a cat here. >> you might be aware that republicans really like a guy called ronald reagan. perhaps you've heard of him. >> stephen: i feel a ronald reagan tattoo on the small of my back. >> i should hope so. >> i'm getting a reagan tattoo on my face. but what i want to tell you is that ronald reagan agreed to tax reform that led to lower tax rates but also higher tax revenues from rich folks because it got rid of loopholes and deductions. >> stephen: you lower tax rates, revenues get higher. i already said that earlier. >> it's a complicated thing. >> stephen: it's not complicated lower/higher. >> you can get revenue gains from making it cleaner and fairer and more transparent and that's what republicans --. >> stephen: wait, simplifying the tax code, closing loopholes, is that not raising taxes? are those two things different? >> you have hit on a very tricky and important issue, stephen, which is that, yes, there's a way to raise average tax rates on high earners without raising the marginal tax rate on high earners. >> stephen: wow, i'm interested in what you just said
this historically. when ronald reagan was reelected in 1984, ronald reagan won this many states on the electoral map. you can stop your counting. he won 49. ronald reagan, 49 states. it was a landslide. look at the electoral vote tally. ronald reagan, 525, walter mondale, 13. president reagan decided what he was going to sail toward, what he would prioritize after that overwhelming endorsement of him as president, what he would work on was war in central america. >> president reagan warned of a new danger, support for the leftist government from nicaragua. the president sees that as still another reason we should renew our support of the rebels. >> a new danger we see in central america is the support being given by gadhafi's libya and most recently iran. >> the iranian connection was brought up as he put pressure on congress to resume funding for the rebels in nicaragua. >> countering this by supporting freedom fighters is essentially acting in self-defense. >> self-defense, which would be true if he were the president of nicaragua. but as president of the united states of america, president reagan
ronald reagan was elected in november 1966, j. edgar hoover and other fbi officials do this as a breath of fresh it. they believe they finally had an out in the governor's mansion, and begin to work closely with ronald reagan to crackdown on student protesters and radical professors. >> so what happened? >> well, what the documents show that over the following years, well, what happened first is that one of the first things reagan does after he is elected is to phone the fbi request this briefing, which hoover personally authorizes. two wks later at fst board of regents meeting, attended by ronald reagan, the board of regents votes to fire clark kerr. the boards balance in power had shifted because reagan was nine-member and he made several appointments to it. one of the fbi documents that was released indicates that the board members were aware of certain fbi information that ronald reagan had at the time. and in the following months and years, the documents show that the fbi continue to cooperate with reagan and to secretly provide him reports on certain professors and students, with
in there "state of the union." that was not done in tow ronald reagan did it for the first time and every president has use of the placid example of their political goals. close to call my did a biography of brian lamb and educators of c-span. they would say what is the real brian lamb like? seated not want the bagger redone. i finally got a contract to do it and they sent what do you think? he said i cannot say no position is committed to open access and permission and he did not interfere gave me
to reverse the direction of things. the same thing is true of ronald reagan. now, sometimes the public sense of self reliance and committee is not static. just because we are in the valley one day does not mean we cannot ascend to the mountain next. let not your heart be trouble. but realism is also important. as a conservative, we have to realize that our task is very different and in some aspects more difficult than we ever thought. we have to make the case, a compelling case in human terms, in moral terms why this dependency is bad for the country. it is bad for the individuals. we have to present a vivid picture to people of why human happiness is increased and not decreased by limited government. joining me to weigh in on what happened last night, the author of the new york times best seller, mugged. ann coulter is here. how are you? >> fine, thank you. and you. >> sean: fine. what do you think? >> i was wrong. i said romney was going to win, but the states i chose for him, he won or we were still counting until 3:00 in the morning. so i was close. but i mean, all the election-- the law
's republicans can do do not involve the size of government. secondly, two things ronald reagan said in his speeches. he gave his famous speech for barry goldwater. he endorsed an expansion of health insurance for senior citizens. he favored a smaller plan to help people that were poor rather than create a one-size- fits-all government plan. that is ronald reagan endorsing barry goldwater in 1964. what he said at the end of the speech was he did not believe there was such a thing as the left or right, there was only up or down. all too often conservatives have fallen into the left purses' right argument. in 1976 the republican party was faced with extinction. the conservative movement was thought to be as irrelevant to american life. ronald reagan went into cpac which could have been held in iran smaller than this and give a speech called "a new republican party." it basically outlined how he would win in four years. one thing he did was talking about how would you talk about your programs and what you want to do, do not talk about it in terms of ideology. ronald reagan at the depth of the
, that can include a formal tax hike. or cutting. like ronald reagan did it. it is a t hike for those who benefit from it i think it was a best a event to see john boehner say we'll put that on the table. what are we to make of that and what democrats might offer in return? >> i don't know how to judge what the democrats will offer, if you go backo what romney was talking about, a flatter tax with less deductions. so you don't have such a manipulated system with all kind of loopholes that do not make economic sense. i would say this too. looking at economic growth, the real issue is distribution of revenue between governments and private sector, producing more jobs and mor well being that means you maybe we need to do something with tax code, but we need to reduce spending first, that is our problem, spending is such a high level, relative to total revenue of u.s. is keeping us from growing. neil: like you said, the way to fix this is grow out of it, and way to grow out of it is find a way toke pan --o expand that tax base, god bless him, mitt romney was trying to do that, now to point we
worked for ronald reagan. what you want, you should tax. what you don't want as a society, what you don't want is a society, rather, you should tax and what you do want you should subsidize. my god, if there's anything we should be subsidizing, it's medical devices and research and medicine and science. and here is the administration coming with a 2.3% tax on companies, many of which are not profitable. shannon: yeah. and that's just one of many, many taxes tucked into the bill, but, of course, more than 3,000 pages and most members of congress admitted they didn't read it. it's good to see you, thank you so much for weighing in. >>> the resignation of the nation's spy chief has the pentagon releasing its version of events of the terror attacks in libya that left four americans dead. we're going to show you that timeline. and what looks like a joke is growing bigger. [ male announcer ] when was the last time something made your jaw drop? campbell's has 24 new soups that will make it drop over, and over again. ♪ from jammin' jerk chicken, to creamy gouda bisque. see what's new from cam
over the edge. >> 1980, ronald reagan versus a dour carter, churlish obama. people want a optimist in the office. stuart: we're at both campaign headquarters, starting with gerri willis at romney headquarters in boston. gerry, give me 0 seconds. set the scene for me. >> here is what is going on. these doors will open at romney headquarters in little under an hour. you will see hundreds of people stream in, romney supporters. they are setting up the stage just over my shoulder for hours now. if i could turn around the camera, you would see hundreds of media people, camera operators, reporters just waiting for the big moment. now, we won't see the candidate likely until very late tonight. he is actually listening to returns like everybody else. he is doing it tonight from his hotel room and he talked all day long as you said about getting out the vote. look from what i'm hearing on the road, we talk to a lot of people in the field today, there is enthusiasm out there, more people voting. big numbers in northern virginia, 80 to 85%. i think monica is onto something. all that excitemen
better have one. (laughter) >> do like ronald reagan? do you like ronald reagan? >> of course i do. >> i'll make you ronald reagan by you, and i can go in anderson, south carolina and get a social security saying you're ronald reagan. if you're an employer and a hispanic person comes to you with a card that says i'm ronald reagan, you say you don't look like ronald reagan, you can get sued. so what i want to do is have documents that can be verified for employment. i think we should all turn our social security card into a biometric document that can't be faked and you go back to roger ailes to renew your contract, you need to pay mike more. >> say that one more time. >> roger ailes, mike huckabee knocks it out the park on saturday night. >> there you go, there you go. >> when you go back to negotiate with roger, you have a document thats can prove quickly that you're mike huckabee. if you did that one thing along with securing the border, it would be harder than heck to hire an illegal immigrant. and if they do, they should lose their business and go to jail. >> it sounds reasonable, th
under ronald reagan, mitt romney would have won. yes. and if jonie loves chachi was still in primetime, people wouldn't laugh at my parachute pants. the country is changing in waves. and what last night taught us is that the party that knows how to ride those waves wins. here's my co-anchor, terry moran. >> reporter: america awakened to a new political reality this morning. >> what happened? >> i was wrong. >> reporter: so were a lot of republicans. >> i so wish that i had been able to fulfill your hopes to lead the country in a different direction. but the nation chose another leader. >> thank you so much. >> reporter: what happened yesterday's simple, really, and profound and reflected in all those faces in the crowds last night at obama and romney headquarters. the american electorate of tomorrow, younger, urban, more diverse, more socially liberal, turned out to defeat the american electorate of yesterday, older, whiter, more rural and traditional. >> i think it was shocking to the republicans. >> reporter: matt dowd, abc news consultant, was one of george w. bush's chief strategis
share of the white vote ronald reagan did. and ronald reagan won a landslide. what happened was the white vote in those days was 88% and it is now down to 72% and falling. you have to get higher and higher shares of it. impossible shares of it for the republicans and that is the demographic did disaster. >> it is not a disaster. they have to reach out to nonwhites. >> since, see pat get the picture. 15 years. >> it has taken that long. >> why did black votes vote 9-1 against hillary clinton in mississippi? >> they supported her overwhelmingly initially. >> remember when black folks supported hillary 2-1 over obama? remember that? that went out the window. >> not just because of race, otherwise, they would be how soon i forget, the pizza man. how soon i forget. >> herman cain. >> he got 1.6 million fewer african-american votes than he got in 2008. >> because there has been a little bit of disappointment. i would say about that much. >> turnout is smaller john. >> what did they want him to do that he didn't do? >> he hasn't done anything specifically targeting the black commu
after the to ronald reagan by the emergence of gary hart and the new to broaden our appeal and get a from some of these s. it took eighey came back into power ind rethinking period was enormously important. the republicans have not yet process. they need to come to terms with that they just aren't appealing to enough people and they also have what one national review writeronservative writer recently calle culture of contempt in their party. they just disrespect voters. disrespect other people. they need a uplifting, more inclusive message. >> the old comment back in 2000 was w. bush spoke english like it was his foreign language and al gore spoke as ifv. it was your foreign falling into the two camps about party's direction, hard right or change with the times. let's watch. >> i think you did honorably well and came close. he's a northeastern liberal and that's not where we're going. i'm optimistic because there was a very strong republican bench that did not enter the fray. with all of the soul searching what ideology we're going to pursue, is going to come
-perry saturdays and sundays starting at 10:00 a.m. >>> coming up, whol would ronald reagan be siding with? think again. >>> and he's back after his on air meltdown and laughing like we did in the office today. >>> and bo obama takes us on a tour of the white house. you're watching "politicsnation" on msnbc. >>> it's official. powerball officials say two people had the right number to win the $580 million jackpot. two people. yeah. so congratulations to the lucky winners. mitt and ann romney. >> oh, 580 million, just throw it on the pile. >> yeah. [ male announcer ] introducing the new dell xps 12. part of a whole new line of tablets from dell. it's changing the conversation. ♪ it's changing the conversation. if we want to improve our schools... ... what should we invest in?e maybe new buildings? what about updated equipment? they can help, but recent research shows... ... nothing transforms schools like investing in advanced teacher education. let's build a strong foundation. let's invest in our teachers so they can inspire our students. let's solve this. maybe you want to incorporate a busine
quite popular. they've been regarded as pro-free trade, hard headed. if you thing of ronald reagan and george bush senior, clearly the elites preferred them. what's the mood right now among its elite? >> well, let me emphasize one point. both romney and obama will be acceptable to them. you know, the day that both are very careful, prak mattic souls. at the same time there's no doubt there's a clear preference for obama in the region. how many presidents do you know have spent their childhood in asia. how many speak the asian agents and have a sensitivity that obama has. so i guess the clear preference, too, would be for obama over romney. >> the one country, i mean if you had a survey in which they asked countries whom you'd prefer, i think all the countries were polled. one country was pakistan, which i assume thinks it will have fewer drone attacks if romney is president, which i think maybe be a mistaken assumption. one place not polled that would also be possibly true, israel. would you say in israel romney would be preferred to obama? >> it's not that simple. i think they're
popular, they've been regarded as pro-free trade, hard-headed. if you think of ronald reagan and george bush sr., clearly the asians, certainly asian elites preferred them. what's the mood right now among asia's elite? >> well, let me emphasize one point. both romney and obama will be acceptable to the asians. you know, the day that both are very careful, pragmatic souls. romney has surged to the center after he got the republican nomination, and you're right, in general republicans have done very well in asia. at the same time to be absolutely accurate, there's no doubt there's a clear preference for obama in the region. how many presidents do you know have spent their childhood in asia. especially like indonesia, how many speak the asian and have a sensitivity that obama has. so i guess the clear preference, too, would be for obama over romney. >> the one country, i mean if you had a survey in which they asked countries whom you'd prefer, i think all the countries were polled. except one that preferred obama, that one country was pakistan, which i assume thinks it will have fewer dron
included willson, eisenhower, nixon, ronald reagan and clinton. the competitive battle to the president and congress dates to the site george washington had in the congress over the treaty. he had won approval only after standing considerable efforts looking directly with members of congress compromising and cudgeling and that was with the congress having the majority of white thinking federalists' a president who was revered in a national hero. when the democrats won the majority in congress and the second term eisenhower worked quietly behind the scenes with the senate majority leader lyndon johnson to gain approval in the legislative agenda. the legislative goals compromised as they were it might be cynical to postulate some of nixon's the fight rather liberal legislation was prompted by the desire to get along with a democratic controlled congress. woodrow wilson was the target of the republican party that wanted to even media squabble they had with the president. he defeated both william howard taft and theodore roosevelt to win his first term. he still had a liberal legislation op
thing. as ronald reagan used to say, when you do it in all your the former secretary of state, george shultz. george shultz. coming up next with a lot more. 4g lte is the fastest. so, which supeast 4g lte service would yochoose based on this chart ? don't rush into it, i'm not loo. obviously verizon. okay, i ve a different chart. going that way, does that make a difference ? look at verizon. it's so much more thanhe oer ones. so what if we just changed the format altogether ? isn't that the exact same thing ? it's pretty clear. still sticking with verizon. verizon. more 4g lte coverage than all other networks combined. new pink lemonade 5-hour energy? 5-hour energy supports the avon foundation for women breast cancer crusade. so i can get the energized feeling i need and support a great cause? i'm sold. pink lemonade 5-hour energy? yeah and a portion of every sale goes to the avon foundation for women breast cancer crusade. new pink lemonadesold. 5-hour energy. get the alert, energized feeling you need and support breast cancer research and access to care. neil: we are just getting ne
of an economic downturn. >> let me ask you something. do you advise ronald reagan, if ronald reagan were alive today and he was facing the fiscal cliff, what do you think he would do? >> remember what he did in 86? he sat down with tip o'neill. they agreed that they could have very substantial reduction in tax rates across the board but particularly middle and high income tax rates and offset that base broadening. the result of that was taking the top rate down from 50% to 20%. the impact of bad was to have a significant increase in taxable income. people choosing to take more of their compensation in the form of taxable income and cutting back on tir tax expenditures andeductions and exclusions in working order. so i think that is what ronald reagan would do if he were here now. >> leadership will be key to all this. thank you so much for coming on the show today. >> it's wonderfuto be with you. melissa: cheryl: merrie schapiro is stepping down. she helped lead the government and regulatory response to the 2008 financial crisis and took over after the sec failed to detect the bernie madoff po
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in the era of ronald reagan that dominated the politics of the nation in the world. if this is not the time to recreate an integrated across the board conservative politics to counter the relentless and successful assault by reinvigorated american left, it is hard to imagine when such a time would come. >> thank you. president susan b. anthony list. to go this certainly had some bright spots last night. in the of fisher and the retaining of michelle bachman, who was heavily targeted by the left, and the return of steve king. those were three bright spots. overall, not a bright spot for the election, despite their growing power among women, almost every demographic. in there was the gap between public opinion and electoral office. election was an invitation to the republican party to return to fundamentals. what are the fundamentals of a winning republican strategy. social policy, economic policy, and foreign policy, fully embracing each one of those. what we have instead was one wobbly leg with about $1 billion behind it on the republican side from the top of the ticket and affecting every
gridlock. when ronald reagan was president, we had divided government, we did the reagan economic plan, we did social security reform. we did tax reform, immigration reform. when bill clinton was president, we had republican congress, democratic president. we did welfare reform. we did the first balanced budget in generations. but in each case that, president led n. each case, he was willing to advocate and willing to compromise for the greater good. this president hasn't been willing to do that. we will see. i thought john boehner said it right, we're inviting you to lead. >> the thing that is, cannot be ignored is that we are a year past when we knew the committee -- almost a year past we knew the super committee was want going to reach a decision. if leadership is what was needed and you sign that to president obama, he hasn't done that. we are pushed up against a deadline, with very serious decisions. do you think that the house and the senate and the president will actually resolve this by january 1? or are they going to kick it down the road again? >> ck has a long history of preferr
result in an electoral college bonus. ronald reagan, remember, got 51% of the votes in a three-way race winning enormous surplus of electoral votes. democrats tried to make the case when the republicans swept all the senate seats that a shift of 50,000 votes would have given democrats back, like, seven senate seats, and, you know, so what? base basically, there's a tie that moves in one direction, and that tilts things in one particular way. that's always going to be the case, and that's the case the people who will try to find a rationale why they didn't lose or why it doesn't mean so much. the electoral college has really serious challenges now. we can thank god at one level we didn't end up with another 2000 which we could have had where you have the winner of the popular vote lose the electoral college. it would have been flipped, and i will say i was, at one level, deliciously awaiting the "wall street journal" editorials that after the 2000 election that said, oh, come on, grow up, these are the rules, this is how it happens saying, go to the barricades! [laughter] it would be fli
for minorities and people like that who were by their nature attractive, whereas ronald reagan because of the way he acted like the guy in the country club that wouldn't let you in or whatever, some signal he kept send to african-americans that put them off. >> started his campaign in philadelphia and mississippi in 1980 where the civil rights workers were killed. he was trying to send these coded messages. >> think about somebody like newt gingrich who in the '80s and '90s was considered a friendly face toward the african-american community. he was this cycle screaming food stamp president. you can't just try to find an african-american or latino candidate who will mouth the same words. you have to change the party. >> alan west isn't going to make it. he did concede. thank you joy and jonathan. >> happy holidays. coming up the best of campaign 2012. think of this as a football highlight show after the big game. corporations are people. 47%. the first debate. we'll go over all the hits and misses with our all-star cast. this is a year in review thing. what do the following have in common? the wa
between the royal family and ronald and nancy reagan was the closest of all the american presidents. the reagans had first met prince charles when he was in california while serving with the royal navy in the early 1970s and they had an equally fond relationship with the queen and prince philip as well as princess margaret, the queen mother and her cousin, princess alexandra. they kept an expensive personal correspondence the by was given permission to read at the presidential library in california, the reagan library, and the letters tell a story of a fall of fullness on both sides over more than three decades. a correspondence that continues to this day with nancy reagan. in june of 1982 when the reagans were in europe for a summit meeting as the queen invited them to stay at windsor castle which was the first personal invitation for an american presidential couple. not only did she arranged for a dedicated telephone line, at she had the first shower installed in the more than 900-year-old castle because she was told that is what the president needed. there was a family dinner on
. it is basically ronald reagan mindset that says we welcome anyone who shares our values and our desire for lower taxes. bill back and listen to some of ronald reagan's rhetoric. -- go back and listen to some of ronald reagan's rhetoric. in his farewell address, he talked about the shining city on the hill. if you had to have walls, the the walls have gates. you have not heard a lot of rhetoric like that from republicans. that is ronald reagan. that is the guy that builds the majority. if we can get back to the regan mentalitythat we welcome all regardless of what you look like, who share our values. we will get back and we will get back quickly. bush got 44% of the latino vote because he tried. we are not that far away from being of the level of being competitive with the right leaders. we have to have the right leaders. >> and in terms of the immediate issue of immigration reform, they blanked on it for fear of legislators from heavily blue-collar distress and hedging economic advance -- blue-collar leaders and hedging economic events. they have to be able to deliver tangible uplift and improve
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